We see potential in this prewar row house in Cambria Heights. Take out that mirrored wall, repaint, re-do the kitchen, and you’ve got yourself a cute ’30s home with arched doorways and original floors and moldings. It has three bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a two-car garage and a nicely landscaped front yard. And it’s only $430,000.
116-07 218th Street [Exit All Seasons Realty] GMAP P*Shark
The New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex at Grand Central Terminal is opening a new exhibit that examines the futuristic visions of transportation at the 1939 and 1964 World’s Fairs. It’s a collection of postcards, photos, video, ephemera and souvenirs that show how transportation was a symbol for the future. The ’39 Fair showcased airplane […]
This afternoon, Queens Parks Commissioner Dorothy Lewandowski, Borough President Melinda Katz, Council Member Elizabeth Crowley, and members of Queens Community Board 5 celebrated the opening of renovated, expanded bocce courts at Juniper Valley Park. The courts are located on the corner of Juniper Boulevard North and 79th Street, in Middle Village. There are now three […]
Yesterday, the folks behind the restaurant Mundo posted the above photo to their Facebook account. It’s a very promising glimpse of their new space at the Paper Factory Hotel; the popular restaurant is relocating from Astoria. The blog We Heart LIC has tracked the opening with anticipation, and posted this video interview with the owners […]
Kiefer Sutherland, Andre the Giant, Molly Ringwald, and a great white shark are coming to Queens this summer. So are some surfing penguins, college-educated monsters, and an evil hairless Sphinx cat. With support from local businesses and the NYC & Co. Foundation, the Rockaway Civic Association is hosting Beach Flix 2014, a series of free movies screened at […]
It must be Classics Week, as Shakespeare, the Beatles, Godzilla, The Wizard of Oz, Fiddler on the Roof, and a multi-day Latin cultural festival come to town. Fun-seekers can also enjoy outdoor movies, concerts and festivals and indoor lectures on such topics as feral cats, the environment, and the Holocaust. Here’s the rundown, broken down […]